“As we all transition to a new normal, please know that Knowledge Bureau’s
e-learning campus is open and operating as usual from its fully virtual pandemic requires we take good care in isolation. In these unprecedented times, a renewed focus on your professional education, conveniently online, can also be a stress reliever. We are poised to help.”
- Evelyn Jacks, Founder and President, Knowledge Bureau
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The true financial test on how well Canadians will weather the financial storm brought on by the pandemic will occur in the months to come. A glimpse into that future is well described in a June 2020 report from the Bank of Canada. It suggests three catalysts, working together, that can lead to successful financial recovery:
Should you buy a new car before year end to reduce your 2020 taxes? It’s a good question especially because lucrative new tax rules were put into place for the write-off of most capital assets* on November 21, 2018. Taxpayers can in fact, triple up on the usual first-year tax deductions when they acquire assets in the period between November 20, 2018, and December 31, 2023, and put them into use before 2028.